I wish I would have thought of this a long time ago. Do you have any idea how many pairs of heels could have been rescued?
Thanks to Wobisobi for this refashion tip. What can you not do with Mod Podge?
Head on over to check out details to the glitter heel fix.
This DIY is easy peasy, ladies—button bobby pins. It’s a perfect refashion project. Just think. You can snag some buttons off pieces you no longer need or wear. Oh, the possibilities! Vintage, antique and modern buttons abound…
- Bobby Pins
- Hot Glue Gun or Super Glue
- Needle & Thread
For more details, head on over to A Homemaker’s Journal.
Another head wrap tutorial, ladies! This one is for the turban lovers. Go royal with it.
For all the DIY shoe-loving ladies, here’s a great DIY project to color the soles of your shoes. Your weapon of creativity: nail polish. Isn’t that genius?! Thank you, Fashionlushxx for this tutorial.
I always encourage people to read the comments on DIY projects. You can learn a lot of new tips and ideas that way. One commenter suggested using Mod Podge to seal the color versus a nail polish top coat. Yep, I have some Mod Podge. This is a must do. Let’s see how it turns out. Perhaps another blog post in the making…
Hop on over to the site to see the Fashionlushxx DIY Colored Soles step-by-step instructions.
Remember The Big Hair Bow Hair Show? We’re back to the hair bows, but with a DIY bow head wrap. Thanks to Helecia at youtube.com/iknowlee for this tutorial. By the way, hang on to your scrap fabric, ladies.
For more DIY hair accessories, check out DIY: Turban Headband.
The wonderful thing about curios is your artifacts can be anything—as long as they’re interesting to you. Nobody else has to “get it.”
Instead of stacking them up on your mantle piece, the Queen of Crafts—Martha Stewart—has a nice curios cluster necklace tutorial. All you have to do is go and find the curios!
Oh The Lovely Things has a great leather bow cuff bracelet tutorial. This cute and simple little bracelet can make a lovely gift for the girls. If you’re looking to refashion, you can use leather from an old handbag.
Yes! It’s time for another DIY tutorial. The turban headband is also known as the turband. This DIY tut is by Geri Hirsch. Grab a scarf and let’s have some fun.
LUXURY RIPPLES SILK SCARF BY FABRYAN – CARNET DE MODE
EUGENIA KIM CHIARA TURBAN HEADBAND
BOP BASICS TURBAN HEADBAND
BASTA SURF MAKKA REVERSIBLE TURBAN IN POPPY/NUDE
BASTA SURF MAKKA REVERSIBLE TURBAN IN MINT/WHITE
I was meandering through a Joann fabric and craft store when I stumbled upon a DIY fashion zipper appliqué. If you can’t get or make the zipper jewelry (or are looking for a DIY fashion project), I suppose an appliqué is the next best thing. The zipper appliqué is $7.99 + tax.
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